He is a successful Ph.D. M.Sc. B.Sc. qualified scientist, highly experienced engineer of concrete structures. He has wide experience as a concrete researcher, mix designer, quality controller of concrete production (both ready-mix and precast elements) and concrete structures lecturer. Since finishing his M. Sc. studies in 1998 he has been involved in different research programmes focusing on steel fibre reinforced concrete (SFRC), cement composites based on waste aggregate, NDT testing of concrete. As Director of Laboratory of Materials Strength and Civil Building Structures at Koszalin University of Technology he collaborated with local producers of building materials and helped them achieve certifications enabled European sales of their products. Since 2008 he has been an active member of several organisations as Technical Committee in Polish Committee for Standardization, Polish Chamber of Civil and Structural Engineers and Polish Union of Construction Engineers and Technicians. In 2008 he obtained qualifications to structural design and to supervise construction works with no restrictions. He is an alumnus of “TOP 500 Innovators – science, management, commercialization” programme (University of California Berkeley, USA) and participant of multiple foreign internships (Czech Republic, Romania, Finland). His current research and technical interests cover: properties of concrete and SFRC, durability and serviceability of concrete and SFRC elements, non-destructive testing (NDT) of concrete, SFRC and other cement based composites, green concrete, waste and recycled aggregate. His teaching interests are focused on concrete structure and computer aided structural engineering. As a lecturer has promoted dozens of M.Sc. and Eng. theses. Author of over 40 scientific papers in various fields of concrete technology and concrete structures published in proceedings and journals (in English and in Polish – see a list of chosen publications below).
List of chosen publications by Jacek Domski
J. Domski, “Cracking moment in steel fibre reinforced concrete beams based on waste sand”, “OVIDIUS” University Annals – Constantza, Series Civil Engineering, Issue 13, pp. 29-34, 2011.
J. Katzer, J. Domski, “Quality and mechanical properties of engineered steel fibres used as reinforcement for concrete”, Construction and Building Materials, vol. 34, pp. 243–248, 2012.
J. Domski: “Bending moments in steel fibre reinforced concrete beams based on waste sand”, Riga Technical University 53rd International Scientific Conference dedicated to the 150th anniversary and The 1st Congress of World Engineers and Riga Polytechnical Institute / RTU Alumni, 11-12 October 2012, Rīga, Latvija.
J. Domski, J. Katzer, D. Fajto, “Load-CMOD Characteristics of Fibre Reinforced Cementitious Composites Based on Waste Ceramic Aggregate”, Rocznik Ochrona Srodowiska, vol. 14, pp. 69–80, 2012.
J. Katzer, J. Domski, “Optimization of fibre reinforcement for waste aggregate cement composite”, Construction and Building Materials, vol. 38, pp. 790–795, 2013.
J. Domski, J. Katzer, “Load-deflection Characteristic of Fibre Concrete Based on Waste Ceramic Aggregate”, Rocznik Ochrona Srodowiska, vol. 15, 69–80, 2013.
K. Cichocki, J. Domski, J. Katzer, M. Ruchwa, “The use of waste aggregate in building industry – numerical analysis of fibre reinforced slabs under impact loads”, Proceedings, Nordic Symposium for Energy Efficiency in Buildings, 27 September 2013, Oulu, Finland.
K. Cichocki, J. Domski, J. Katzer, M. Ruchwa, “Impact resistant concrete elements with nonconventional reinforcement,” Rocznik Ochrona Srodowiska, Monograph No. 1, vol. 16, part 2, pp. 1-99, 2014.
J. Domski, “Long-term Study on Fibre Reinforced Fine Aggregate Concrete Beams Based on Waste Sand”, Rocznik Ochrona Srodowiska, vol. 17, pp. 188-199, 2015.
K. Cichocki, J. Domski, J. Katzer, M. Ruchwa, “Mechanical Properties and Numerical Approach to Fibre Reinforced WCA Concrete Slabs”, Brittle Matrix Composites 11, pp. 309-318, 2015.
J. Domski, “A blurred border between ordinary concrete and SFRC”, Construction and Building Materials, vol. 112, pp. 247–252, 2016.
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